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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-31-2001, 10:35 PM
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KLUNE-V best price

RRO $2592.00
Calmini $2695.00

Anyone know any other venders that have the KLUNE-V at a better price?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-31-2001, 10:41 PM
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Re: KLUNE-V best price

ACTUALLY NO! OTHERWISE YOU ARE BUYING FROM KLUNE THEMSELVES SO RRO IS YOUR BEST BET!

P.S. YOU DO KNOW PETROWORKS IS COMMING OUT WITH A GRSIII!!!! WITH A 5.??? LOW GEARING AND ETC...

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I would watch out for those 5+ ratio t-cases. These guys, Petroworks and others, have been experimenting with different gears in the cases and went as high as 6+ to 1. The reason they started selling the 4.13 and 4.89 case gears is because they worked the best. Apparently the more extreme the gearing got, the more problems they had. Gears not working right, not lasting etc. Now this isnt my opinion, this is from the horses mouth(them) so to speak. Hopefully, if they start to sell a GRS 3, that means they have come up with solutions, GOOD solutions, to those problems. Just a FYI

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Re: KLUNE-V best price

If get one these Klune-V bad boys we need some pics and
some input on how you like it.

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Re: KLUNE-V best price

If they are figuring their ratios they same way they are on the GRSII, then it's probably more like 4.8:1[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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Re: KLUNE-V best price

I heard from a reliable source that the GRS III does not use a Samurai transfer case.



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